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Three. South Carolina Society Hall

Three. South Carolina Society Hall

72 Meeting Street (South of Broad)
CharlestonSC  29401
(843) 723-9032

The South Carolina Society Hall was built in 1804 and is considered one of Charleston's most valuable Adamesque buildings. The Society Hall consist of a two-story brick building on a high basement covered with stucco. The first floor had 3 rooms which were used for a small school with quarters for the schoolmaster. The other room was used for billards. A large meeting room and ballroom were on the second floor. The meeting room contained a small musician's gallery and a decorative Palladiam window and the ballroom was ornamented with a Neoclassical canopy. During the Civil War and also the 1886 earthquake the interior was renovated during the Victorian period.

The building is not open to the public